Poland's delayed presidential election gets a new date, amid a government campaign to capitalise on homophobia.
Central European history is once again a factor in domestic politics. Meanwhile, there's another anniversary in the South Atlantic.
A new book about political realignment raises important questions.
Despite the artificial unity imposed by the health crisis, Belgium remains locked in a political division between north and south. And Europe as a whole has something of the same problem.
In the midst of the pandemic Poland holds a non-election overnight, following a rare backdown by its autocratic leader.
Controversy about James Cook offers a window into the way certain politicians can imagine themselves as supporters of national sovereignty while defending imperialism and colonialism.
Tales of an alleged Russian assassination plot in Czechia, possibly as revenge over a disputed war memorial.
Poland is supposed to hold a presidential election next month. The ruling party is way ahead in the polls, but the health crisis has thrown a spanner in the works.
Time of crisis produces another national unity government – or at least the makings of one – this time in Ireland. Will a partnership between historic rivals reshape the party system?
Hungary's slide into authoritarianism exposes divisions within the centre-right, and not just in Europe.